Mathematical Careers and Ideas:  THE CONSULTING SANDWICH

Mathematical Careers and Ideas

presents

THE CONSULTING SANDWICH:
(Seemingly)Simple Questions on Top,(Seemingly)Simple Answers, and Integer Programming, Analysis of Multiple Complex Variables, and Other Ingredients in the Middle"

by

Professor John Kolassa


Director of the Graduate Program in Statistics, Rutgers University  

Mathematical Careers and Ideas is a series of talks offered by the Department of Mathematics for math majors and other undergraduates who have a particular interest in the mathematical sciences.

Here is Professor Kolassa's description of his talk:

"I will show how a question that arose from an interaction with the Department of Statistics and Biostatistics Office of Statistical Consulting found its way into a PhD student's thesis. The project involves innovative modifications to standard methods from the statistical discilpline of survival analysis."

 

The talk will run from 6:50 to 8:00 p.m.  You are encouraged to arrive at 6:40 for an opportunity to meet other students who are interested in mathematics.

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 13
THE UNDERGRADUATE MATHEMATICS ROOM (HILL CENTER 323), BUSCH CAMPUS
All students are welcome — and their professors too.

FREE PIZZA AND SOFT DRINKS FROM 6:40

TALK FROM 6:50

 

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